The Documentation Library for System Center 2012 Configuration Manager has been updated on the web and the latest content has Updated: March 1, 2012 at the top of the topic. This is the official release version of this library. There are no significant updates for the Configuration Manager 2007 Documentation Library .
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What's New in the Documentation Library for System Center 2012 Configuration Manager, March 2012
The following information lists the topics that contain significant changes since the February 2012 update.
- Updated to include a link to the Release Notes for System Center 2012 Configuration Manager
- Updated with a new section for Example Scenarios for Configuration Manager that walk you through how you might use Configuration Manager to empower users by ensuring access to applications from any device, unify compliance management for devices, and simplify client management for devices.
- Updated for the following updates and clarifications:
- Updated to clarify how clients across forests and clients in workgroups are supported by Configuration Manager.
- New topic that provides technical details about available prerequisite checks that Setup runs or that you can run separately to check for security rights, Configuration Manager dependencies, and system requirements.
- Updated for the required permissions when you install a primary or secondary site.
- Updated to clarify why throttling settings for the fallback status point do not apply only when it is configured for client connections on the Internet.
- Updated for corrections to the script in the Configure a Self-Signed Certificate for the Database Replica Server section.
- Updated to clarify when a Configuration Manager 2007 distribution point on a secondary site server is eligible for upgrade to System Center 2012 Configuration Manager.
- Updated to incorporate mobile device clients, roaming, and how to verify site assignment.
- New topic with some client deployment best practice recommendations for client computers.
- Updated to add the client settings that relate to the polling schedule and hardware inventory.
- Updated to clarify the /noservice and /mp properties.
- Updated to clarify that the option Require administrator approval if users request this application is unavailable when the application is deployed to a device collection. Also clarified the option Deploy automatically according to schedule whether or not a user is logged on .
- Updated with the new external dependency that if you deploy .SIS/.SISX files to a Nokia Symbian Belle mobile device that is enrolled by Configuration Manager, you must use a file format that conforms to the OS v9.x SIS file format specification.
- New topic that provides an example walkthrough of how you might create, deploy, and manage applications by using Configuration Manager.
- Updated to clarify and add information about using MIF files to extend hardware inventory. These topics include additional information:
- Updated to clarify that although you cannot create general configuration items in the Configuration Manager console, mobile device configuration items are automatically configured with this configuration item type.
- Updated to clarify that SQL Query settings cannot use SQL commands that modify the database.
- Updated to clarify the behavior of the option Create a new copy of the imported configuration baselines and configuration items.
- New topic that provides an example walkthrough of how you might use compliance settings to automatically remediate a registry key setting that prevents an application from running.
- Updated with additional information about how to create automatic deployment rules and the antimalware products that Endpoint Protection can uninstall.
- Updated with new entries that include the following:
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